## Sunday, March 10, 2024

The beauty of LC Oscillations!

If you connect a charged capacitor across an inductor, you will see a beautiful energy exchange take place between the two elements. These energy oscillations look as if the capacitor is saying: ‘you take the energy’ and the inductor then says: ‘no, you take my energy’. Why don’t any of these elements store the energy and become settled? Let’s have a look at the interesting physics behind these oscillations, and some of the applications.

Continuing where we left last time with LC Oscillations Basics..We here try to understand the mathematical approach necessary to understand the principle of working of an LC Oscillator truly..I also try to make sure that the biological students understand the concept of differential equations , their general solutions and the particular solutions in our case..

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Here I go over a more intuitive analysis of the LC oscillator, as well as what happens when we start to add resistance to the circuit, and how we can compensate for this resistive loss.

Hope you found this video helpful, please post in the comments below anything I can do to improve future videos, or suggestions you have for future videos.

The beauty of LC Oscillations!

If you connect a charged capacitor across an inductor, you will see a beautiful energy exchange take place between the two elements. These energy oscillations look as if the capacitor is saying: ‘you take the energy’ and the inductor then says: ‘no, you take my energy’. Why don’t any of these elements store the energy and become settled? Let’s have a look at the interesting physics behind these oscillations, and some of the applications.

Continuing where we left last time with LC Oscillations Basics..We here try to understand the mathematical approach necessary to understand the principle of working of an LC Oscillator truly..I also try to make sure that the biological students understand the concept of differential equations , their general solutions and the particular solutions in our case..

If you want to see more of these videos, or would like to say thanks for this one, the best way you can do that is by becoming a patron - see the link above :). And a huge thank you to all my existing patrons - you make these videos possible.

Here I go over a more intuitive analysis of the LC oscillator, as well as what happens when we start to add resistance to the circuit, and how we can compensate for this resistive loss.

Hope you found this video helpful, please post in the comments below anything I can do to improve future videos, or suggestions you have for future videos.